||Died 3rd December 1917. Age 23
- Born in Wrinehill in 1894, baptised at Wrinehill Primitive Methodist Chapel.
- Mother- Emily Cooper lived in Old Road Wrinehill before marrying his father George, a coal miner from Madeley.
- He had a brother and two sisters.
- He lived in one of 4 terraced house on Den Lane just beyond the Crown (demolished in 1960’s).
- His mother died when he was 3 months old and is buried in Betley churchyard.
- His father married again and Harry had 3 more siblings.
- The family moved to the 3rd house of Brassington Terrace with land stretching down to Cracow Moss.
- Harry had a bright and happy disposition; with a cheery word for everyone.
- He was Secretary and a teacher at Wrinehill Methodist Sunday School.
- At 14 he went to work for the L & NW Railway at Crewe station. He was a Parcel porter for 8 years.
- He enlisted in Crewe March 1917 with his cousin, Arthur Brassington and joined the South Lancs Regiment. He was transferred soon afterwards to the 15th Battalion Royal Warwickshire Regiment.
- He went to the front June 1917 and was involved in a lot of action in the Battle of Cambrai – 20th 1917 around Gouzeaucourt Wood;
- On 3rd Dec he was killed by a shell fragment and buried next day.